It's that time of year. The time where we celebrated "God With us" where Jesus came to the earth for our ugly. Our spiritual ugly.
It's also that time of year. Where you celebrate my family's ugly. Our physical ugly. Because let's face it, with the right lighting and makeup (or lake thereof), we can all look pretty special.
May your self-esteem be boosted by our reality.
Also, this tradition is hard to keep up so lower your expectations this year, would ya? As Shiloh put it, "There are only so many angles you can get of your wrinkles. You need to come up with something else." So perhaps my New Year's Resolution will be to "come up with something else." But until then...
This year I will throw myself under the bus first. . .
Bathroom selfies. They are all the rage. Except maybe in better lighting. And with a toilet in the background.
You might look cute after a workout. But I don't.
It's like my right eye bag is winking at you.
Not sure where to start with this one. So just focus on my daughter's hair clip.
What do you do when you are on vacation and have a four-hour wait at the ER because your five year-old fell off the bed and gashed her head on a paper shredder? Charades. It's what we do. And we look good doing it. Or maybe we don't whatever.
Ummm...that's not me?
Now for the boys.
Dumb and dumber. And Mr. T. Kind of.
Shiloh kind of looks like Banshee the cat does right before he throws up. Please don't throw up on our neighbor's baby.
Creepy Shiloh, creepy.
Maybe I am not the only one who looks bad after a workout.
Those floods. That hair. Straight up BALLER.
The girls are still going strong with some solid worst photos.
Prepare yourself for a nightmare on this one. Very clown reminiscent.
Lydia has really nailed the emo look and we are so proud.
If noes could speak, then well . . .
Jordis's solid self-makeover complete with stunning red lipstick and untamed hair.
The Coffee Bean. Like a drug. I get it, Jordis. I really do.
Finger painting. Also, very therapeutic.
Jordis is still working on her best rock star pose.
From my tame and normal family to yours - Merry Christmas!